Archive photo of Cuban doctors as they practice an endoscopy examination on a Venezuelan soldier at a humanitarian mission "Barrio Adentro" medical center inside of the military base of Fort Tiuna in Caracas, Venezuela.
Archive photo of Cuban doctors as they practice an endoscopy examination on a Venezuelan soldier at a humanitarian mission "Barrio Adentro" medical center inside of the military base of Fort Tiuna in Caracas, Venezuela. FERNANDO LLANO ASSOCIATED PRESS
Archive photo of Cuban doctors as they practice an endoscopy examination on a Venezuelan soldier at a humanitarian mission "Barrio Adentro" medical center inside of the military base of Fort Tiuna in Caracas, Venezuela. FERNANDO LLANO ASSOCIATED PRESS

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